John Travolta, a Hollywood celebrity who practices the high moral tenets of Scientology and who tragically lost his young son to a rare illness not too long ago, has recently been the target of smears and lawsuits from anti-God homosexuals feening for him to choose same-sex intimacy over his wife and kids. Thank goodness truth overcomes all lies:
The former cruise ship staffer who claimed John Travolta assaulted him with a naked, full-mast hug has dropped his lawsuit against the actor.
The surprise reversal came just three days after a federal judge denied Travolta's request to force the matter into private arbitration — a decision that cleared the decks for a public trial.
Fabian Zanzi claimed in his bombshell lawsuit last June Travolta tried to rock his boat in 2009 after he delivered a room service meal to the "Pulp Fiction" star aboard a Royal Caribbean ship.
"Travolta forced his naked person and his erect penis against plaintiff's person causing plaintiff to experience pain, shock, embarrassment, distress and fear," the complaint filed in federal court in Los Angeles stated.
Lawyers for Zanzi and Travolta signed paperwork dismissing the action Monday, according to court records.
The voluntary action includes a clause that prevents Zanzi from refiling the case, the paperwork states.
Attempts to reach the parties Tuesday were not immediately successful.
Zanzi's original claim mirrored sexual battery lawsuits filed - but later withdrawn - by masseurs in Beverly Hills and Atlanta last year.
Travolta has vehemently denied the horny high-jinks asserted in the legal claims.
Zanzi, who lives in Chile, first gained headlines last May when he told a Chilean news program that the high-flying Travolta drew him close during their alleged encounter with a gripe about something hurting his neck.